Is reduplicative paramnesia treatable?
Sometimes. Various treatments have been tried in clinical trials, from drugs to ECT. However, how patients responded to treatment was varied.
(Burgess et al., 1996; Ellis & Szulecka, 1996; Lewis-Lehr, Slaughter, Rupright, Singh, 2000; Weinstein; 1996; Young & Leafhead, 1996)
Paramnesia - 2006 was released on: USA: 25 July 2006 (48 Hour Film Project)
The cast of Paramnesia - 2011 includes: Andreas Georgiou as Alex Nathan Mellows as Max Niovi Spyridaki as Mia
The cast of Paramnesia - 2006 includes: Kate Costello as Kate Nolan Rudi as Nolan Walter Viga III as Killer
Paramnesia (also 'dejá vu')
Chlamydia is treatable; antibiotics will cure the infection. Chlamydia is very treatable.
avoidable and treatable is
yes, mange is treatable
malaria is treatable!!!!!
yes its treatable
Nils Thun has written: 'Reduplicative words in English' -- subject(s): English language, Reduplication
Any cancer is treatable!
yes, Lyme Disease is treatable.
Yes Treatable but NOT curable
There is none treatable already has a suffix -able means you can treat it
Yes, it is very treatable. The homophobic person just needs some education and kindness.
Salmonella is treatable. It also may go after time, but is much less painful to go to the doctor.
Typhoid and malaria are both treatable and curable, provided you get proper medical care.
A kidney infection treatable is VERY treatable! It is caused by a bacteria. When the doctor sends your urine sample to the lab, they will identify what kind of bacteria is causing the infection. Generally, 10 days of antibiotics will kill the bacteria.
Curable means the disease can be entirely eliminated while treatable means only the symptoms can be relieved.
Mono is in fact a treatable condition. While mono cannot be cured there are medications to make the healing process more tolerable.
No. It will only be treatable when we discover how to change the replication process in cells to inhibit the additional copy of chromosome 21 (or inactivate it).
Yes scurvy is treatable, you can treat scurvy by getting some vitamin c into ya if the disease is too far gone then you will be struggling
First of all, it is "cardiomyopathy" and yes it is treatable with many medications and therapies, but it is not necessarily reversible. It depends on the etiology of the disease process.
* This is not a valid question. If you have a phobia then think of it as clay. You can mold the clay into anything that you want it to be. Your phobia is treatable if you want it to be treatable. The best way to get rid of your phobias (fears) is to expose yourself to them as much as possible. That way you will get more use to them and they will become… Read More
yes, to an extent
i think so..
yes it is called medication
I also want to know! :'(
yes it can be treated
Meibomitis is not curable, but it is treatable.
Yes, by a transplant.
You can't. It is not treatable.
You have to get a bone marrow transplant.
Yes, with tablets.
Yes it is. It is one of the most easily treatable cancers there is. Even if it has spread beyond the testicles, the cure rate is somewhere around 90% success rate.
There are no treatable symptoms of mono, the best advice is to let the illness run its course. By taking medication and antibiotics, this may make mono symptoms worse.
Pneumonia is very treatable in 2014. If caught early enough, a person can take a round of antibiotics and get better. In some cases, a person may need to be hospitalized to be treated.
Stage 4 cancer is treatable. Once a person gets to state 4 cancer hardly ever go into remission due to the advancement of the disease.
Spider veins are treatable, although it requires lazer treatment or injections into the veins to make them collapse. It is costly. You can look locally to find a vein center near you.
Hepatatis is not curable but is treatable and preventable.
yes but not curable
ST is treatable.
Its not curable, but it is very treatable.
yes because it is Gross
Have a vet test him to see if he's sterile and if it's treatable. If it's not treatable you could use him as a teaser, or if he's young enough geld him.
There is a world of difference between what is curable and treatable. The diseases, or whatever, that you speak of are treatable. If something is cured it will never come back yet if it is treated, it can be kept under control. For example, cold-sores. Yes it is the same as the herpes virus but each time you get a cold sore you treat it but since you carry the virus, they still come back.
Animals are susceptible to a wide variety of diseases that are treatable. Some of the more common are: - bacterial infections, which can usually be treated with antibiotics - metabolic conditions like diabetes, which can usually be treated/managed with hormones and supplements - cancers, which can sometimes be treated with surgery and chemotherapy Most viral infections are not treatable, but some can be prevented through vaccination.
A treatable pathogen that causes infection
yes it iss you need to go to the doctor